Curatorial Fellow – Prints & Drawings
The National Gallery of Ireland is seeking a Curatorial Fellow in Prints & Drawings. This fixed-term contract role, for one year, is primarily based in the Prints and Drawings Study Room, a research space for viewing the Gallery’s collection by appointment.
The Curatorial Fellow will report to the Curator of Prints and Drawings or their deputy. Duties include research into specific collections like the Brian Lalor and Wallace Print Collections, undertaking provenance research, assisting in cataloguing works on paper, supporting the team in developing exhibitions, and other curatorial and administrative tasks.
Candidates should possess a third-level qualification in Art History or related discipline, a keen interest in prints and drawings, and have knowledge of the Gallery’s operations within Ireland’s cultural sector. Additionally, strong research, writing, IT, communication, and administrative skills are essential. The role commences in late October 2023. Salary is set at €28,000 per annum (pro-rata) for the contract’s duration. Working hours are full time, 35 hours per week. Application deadline is 22 September, with interviews the week of 9 October.
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